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Conference Conference on Modern Oil Paints (2018 : Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Title Conservation of modern oil paintings / Klaas Jan van den Berg [and 7 others], editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]

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Conference Conference on Modern Oil Paints (2018 : Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Subject Painting, Modern -- Conservation and restoration -- Congresses.
Paint -- Congresses.
Artists' materials -- Congresses.
Alt Name Berg, Klaas Jan van den,
Description 1 online resource
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Note Papers from the 2018 Conference on Modern Oil Paints held in Amsterdam, marking the end of the Cleaning Modern Oil Paints (CMOP) project.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Artists oil paints have become increasingly complex and diverse in the 20th Century, applied by artists in a variety of ways. This has led to a number of issues that pose increasing difficulties to conservators and collection keepers. A deeper knowledge of the artists intent as well as processes associated with material changes in paintings is important to conservation, which is almost always a compromise between material preservation and aesthetics. This volume represents 46 peer-reviewed papers presented at the Conference of Modern Oil Paints held in Amsterdam in 2018. The book contains a compilation of articles on oil paints and paintings in the 20th Century, partly presenting the outcome of the European JPI project 'Cleaning of Modern Oil Paints. It is also a follow-up on 'Issues in Contemporary Oil Paint (Springer, 2014). The chapters cover a range of themes and topics such as: patents and paint manufacturing in the 20th Century; characterization of modern-contemporary oil paints and paint surfaces; artists materials and techniques; the artists voice and influence on perception of curators, conservators and scientists; model studies on paint degradation and long term stability; approaches to conservation of oil paintings; practical surface treatment and display. The book will help conservators and curators recognise problems and interpret visual changes on paintings, which in turn give a more solid basis for decisions on the treatment of these paintings.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 10, 2020).
Contents Oil paintings in Tates collection: a review of analytical findings and reflections on water sensitivity; -- Analytical study to monitor the effectiveness of a combined liquid-dispensing and micro-aspiration system for the cleaning of modern oil paintings -- Ketone resins varnishes on canvas paintings from the collection of the Munch Museum -- Designing mock-up paintings for a study of novel surface cleaning techniques for Munchs unvarnished Aula paintings -- Analysis of cleaning efficacy and clearance of silicone-based Pickering-type emulsions used in the cleaning of water-miscible oil paints -- Improving the surface cleaning of water sensitive oil paint by use of alternative application methods; M. Hintz et al -- Evolon CR microfibre cloth as a tool for varnish removal -- Can Cellulosebeads save the Circling of the Planets? Cellulose-based consolidating filler to stabilise lifted brittle flakes on a large painting race a nous by Asger Jorn -- A synchrotron photoluminescence microscopy study into the use and degradation of zinc white in The Woodcutters by Bart van der Leck -- 'Breaking waves. The relation between zinc-oxide degradation in a ground layer and extreme delamination on Beach Scene, by J.E.H. Akkeringa (1861-1942) -- Efflorescence on the paintings of Edwin Austin Abbey: Examination, analysis, and cleaning of surface bloom on The Spirit of Light -- A Study of Softening and Liquefying Oil Paint on Womenizer by Alex Janvier; K. Helwig et al -- The Deterioration and Treatment of Some Late Paintings by Paul-Emile Borduas -- Colors before Zero: commercial alkyd-oil enamel paints in early reliefs by Jan J. Schoonhoven -- Some considerations when cleaning Robert Rymans oil paint(ings) -- Challenges of Surface Cleaning Paintings by Asger Jorn (1914-1973): An Inventory of Existing Practice.-Decision-making processes regarding the treatment of modern oil paintings (1950s -- present) exhibiting paint dripping and oil exudates -- Between rejection, ignorance, and preference: The history and dilemma of modern double-sided (recto/verso) paintings with regard to issues of conservation and presentation -- Model studies -- Novel microscopic strategy for the study of paint cross-sections -- Investigations into the mechanical properties of commercial artists oil paint by Dynamic Mechanical (Thermal) Analysis (DMA), Nanoindentation (UNHT), and Dynamic Vapour Sorption (DVS) -- A Preliminary Investigation into the Behavior of Modern Artists Oil Paints in a Hot and Humid Climate -- Inside the forgers oven: identification of drying products in oil paints during and after accelerated drying with increased temperatures -- The influence of metal stearates on the water sensitivity of modern oil paints -- The rate of solvent action on modern oil paint -- Conservation treatment -- Water-sensitivity in modern oil paintings: Trends in phenomena and treatment options -- Modern.
ISBN 9783030192549 (electronic bk.)
3030192547 (electronic bk.)
3030192539
9783030192532
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-19
OCLC # 1141947103
Additional Format Original 3030192539 9783030192532 (OCoLC)1091846914.